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People with post-traumatic stress disorder experience better sleep, a reduction in the severity of PTSD symptoms and more effective treatments after exposure to blue light therapy, UArizona Health Sciences researchers found.
A new $10 million gift from the Steele Foundation includes the first private philanthropic support for the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced $150 million in funding for the Center for Advanced Molecular and Immunological Therapies, a center being developed by the University of Arizona Health Sciences.
Sadness, anger and fear are common emotions after a tragic event. Acknowledging those feelings and seeking support when needed is important, says clinical psychologist Patricia Haynes. The university has resources available.
Triple-negative breast cancer accounts for about 10 to 15% of all breast cancers. Researchers have developed a drug they hope can treat it with little to no toxic side effects.
A College of Public Health course, now available in Spanish, was the first to be translated as part of a project launched by the university's National Center for Interpretation.
El Centro Nacional de Interpretación de la Universidad de Arizona ha creado el proyecto de plan de estudios multilingüe para traducir los cursos universitarios a diferentes idiomas. La Educación sobre Salud Comunitaria para Brotes de Enfermedades del Colegio de Salud Pública, ahora disponible en español, es la primera en ser traducida.
The Arizona Area Health Education Centers Program will receive funding over five years to continue to address workforce shortages through statewide education programs and partnerships.
Yeast cells and human immune system cells rely on similar chemical reactions to know when to grow. Scientists have identified differences between the cell types that could help with the development of antifungal drugs.
A new UArizona initiative will work to reduce diet-sensitive disease in vulnerable Arizona communities through culinary medicine — an emerging field that blends the art of cooking with the science of medicine and nutrition to prevent and manage chronic illness.